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Fatima, a 40 year old Acehnese woman argues with an Islamic policeman after she was caught and made to change to „acceptable” clothing in Lambalek village in West Aceh district of Aceh province during a campaign against women wearing tight pants and clothing in the district on May 25, 2010. Local authorities are implementing Sharia (Islamic) law, which has been adopted by the provincial government and which stipulates that women can only show their face and their hands, according to sharia police officials. Aceh province runs under special autonomy and is one of the most conservative regions in the mainly Muslim archipelago having established a religious police force. AFP PHOTO / SUPARTA

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